The population of the Republic of Belarus is less than 10 Million people. But our country is really multinational. In a small country live together Belarusians (81 %), Russians (11 %), Poles (4,9 %) more info
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|| Belarus hosted a seminar “Cross-border tourist routes between Lithuania and Belarus”
This time country homestays open their doors to hundreds of tourists, showed their houses, described the services offered, attractions around their B&Bs and of course offered something special to taste. The action involved local tourism administration, craftsmen, folklore groups. more info
The term ‘quest’ is now familiar to homestay owners
In the beginning of May Vidomlya rural settlement hosted an unusual training . The participants got acquainted with an innovative and quiet popular tourist product – questing. Quests are a sort of educational and informative getting one's bearings. After theoretical introduction training participants implemented their knowledge on practical experience: while walking around Vidomlya they defined the key points for a quest, tips and hints, directions. One can say that at the end of the day Vidomlya dwellers already had the first version of quest. more info
Belarus hosted a seminar “Cross-border tourist routes between Lithuania and Belarus”
Last week (from 5th till 7th of October) delegation from ‘Lithuanian association of palaces and mansions’ («Lietuvos pilių ir dvarų asociacija», http://www.dvarai.lt/) visited Belarus. The visit was aimed at getting acquainted with cultural heritage from Grand Duchy of Lithuania (mansions, castles, palaces) and developing cross-border tourist routes between our countries. The event was organized within the project AGORA 2.0 “Heritage tourism for increased BSR identity” supported by the EU within the Baltic Sea Region Program 2007-2013 (http://www.agora2-tourism.net). The project unites 9 countries and 24 partners including Belarusian Association “Country Escape”. The seminar included discussions on the cross-border tourist routes that would unite our heritage sites and present our joint history. In the end the participants came to a conclusion that it would be great to hold an expedition along the river Neman that links Belarus and Lithuania. Such route would demonstrate our heritage and attract attention to this part of the Baltic Sea Region.